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. karin caifa explains. >> reporter: on the most stressful days of the office it's easy to let a few four letter words slip. >> it's something i don't want to do, that i do on accident. it kind of happens. >> reporter: but swearing in the workplace can put a dent in the reputation according to a career builder survey. employers said they would be less likely to to promote the person. >> they think less of the person and they question their professionalism. they also talk about question egg the lack of chrome and their a curt -- maturity. >> reporter: most use their language just to vent. >> get off the phone frustrated, get it off your chest. >> reporter: regardless of the reason or how comfortable you feel hard your colleagues, career builds advise you hold your tongue. >> our work load is increasing, but keep that level of professionalism. what you may think is an okay word, your coworker may not or manager may not. >> reporter: in washington, i'm karin caifa. >> all right. we have a sink hole 10 feet wide right on monument street. it's affecting traffic right now. >>> the gunman remain
at your national weather, let's check in with bill karins who has been tracking that stuff all over the country. >> some got the storms worst than others, and it's all over and that's the good thing. we will have strong storms, typical summertime storms but nothing like what we saw yesterday. notice the radar drying up. and there are showers going through west virginia, but they are drying up as they head over the appellations. all the severe weather is gone, and in all we had almost 300 reports of severe weather. all the blue dots show where we had wind damage and a lot of trees went down through ohio, pennsylvania, and northern kentucky, and the worst is along the pennsylvania and new york state border, and then some of the storms are pretty strong as they went through the hudson valley and they are trying to head to connecticut. the line was not all that bad and not too many people lost power. this morning, the only thunderstorm complex left, terbgs a texarkana, and we will take the forecast there today. it's going to be a warm morning. there's a couple weak areas of low pressure
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to nbc's meteorologist bill karins. good morning. >> i want to see where the insurance adjuster gets there. >> thankfully they have video. >> good morning, everyone. a rough morning in south florida. i mean, the radar just blew up in the last, about, half hour or so. just a surge of tropical moisture drenching south florida from miami to south miami heights to all the way down through the keys to marathon here. just a torrential rains that are moving through. look likes the worst from miami southwards with this cluster. a lot of lightning even at this hour and another bamp is coming into fort lauderdale to here. from downtown to fort lauderdale, the next hour or two, a lot of heavy rain. also overnight, consistently areas of rain around virginia beach, the newport news looks to be weakening. central portions of north carolina, rain. greens buburg to raleigh, rain. the texas coast, beaumont, port arthur through galveston and an few showers near houston popped up. a few areas this morning a rough drive. otherwise, a quiet weather map the entire northern half kuch country. a warm weathe
karins. >> i'm still not over this. >> we're both big lobster fans here. >> i'm not over the sea world video. >> that's stunning. >> i'm still shocked. >> snap back, we got weather to do. >> i understand, i've been to the shamu show, i didn't see anything like that. good morning, we're going it watch the same areas as yesterday for the heat. the thunderstorms are further north. yesterday we had the storms dive through chicago, today the northern plain, rolling through the dakotas and now it looks like duluth is getting hit hard. and the drought conditions in the northern plains aren't quite as bad as the central plains. we'll take the rain up through areas like minnesota and it looks like it's going to sweep through the northern half of wisconsin into the upper peninsula. we have a narrow line of showers and thunderstorms that are now moving from madison, wisconsin through rockford, and it looks like these will ever so slowly be approaching areas to the south of chicago. may even get a downpour in chicago. later this afternoon we'll get strong thunderstorms forming on a cold front goin
meteorologist bill karins. >> glad you still have your arms and legs. >> exactly. a little too much time getting that footfootage. >> if you're going on go, might as well get some good pictures. fabio. >> what? >> a little named hurricane.pic. fabio. >> what? >> a little named . fabio. >> what? >> a little named hurricane. it did dissipate. stilled clouds out there from yesterday. in los angeles yesterday kind of cool, high of only 73. the story across the thags hnat been the heat wave. 106 in kansas city, the same temperature at phoenix, even hit 100 from d. skr ac. much of the west was cooler. that moisture was fabio still riding to the north here. you can still see it. a few radar echos. but a lot of it not making it to the ground. an upper level low my try to drift back to the northeast. this is the boundary between the warm air and cooler air. l.a. today should be nice. inland continuing, but that's where we should be this time of year, right around 100. looks like our nice summer like weather pattern will continue in the west. no complaints this weekend. >> bill, thanks so muc
without power headed into a sweltering fourth of july holiday. >>> nbc meteorologist bill karins will have more on that in a few minutes. >>> meanwhile, firefighters made significant progress over the weekend despite harsh conditions and searing heat. officials say the 26 square mile waldo canyon is now 35% contained. most evacuation orders have been lifted but some 3,000 residents in and around colorado springs are still unable to return home. after more than a week the record blaze has destroyed nearly 350 homes. >>> well, the debate is still raging over health care. what happens next after the supreme court upheld the controversial law? both sides appear ready to battle it out right up until election day. nbc's brian mooar has the details. >> reporter: the supreme court may have delivered the ultimate verdict on the health care law, but that is far from the final word. >> this has to be ripped out by its roots. this is government taking over the entire health insurance industry. the american people do not want to go down the path. >> reporter: in this election year republicans want to m
at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. >> good morning, lynn. >> it's freakish but it's cute. >> cute? double-faced isn't cute? >>> good morning. warm conditions to deal with. thankfully in areas of kentucky we're getting some rain and also into west virginia. they've also been very dry. even our friends out there in areas of utah and also nevada getting some welcomed rainfall. haven't had much out there either. we're dry this morning thankfully around houston. we've had enough the last two mornings. we will see more scattered showers and storms later today. >>> as far as the forecast goes, areas of the east coast are looking very warm today. areas like boston are going to be aushlgd 89 degrees. detroit and chicago right around 88 to 91. so there is a lot of warm air out there. that's not going to be an issue whatsoever. as far as forecast goes, as far as dallas and minneapolis, they'll be pretty warm. chances of storms. a lot of areas have scattered chances of storms. it's not going to
futures. karin caifa some tips that any house can use to plan for emergencies, retirements and more. >> reporter: the sluggish u.s. economy has not made it easy for many households to think about their financial future. the certified financial planner board of standards asked financial decision makers and their families about money planning during the nation's economic recovery. less than one third said they have a comprehensive financial plan planning is not just about retirement. it's about shorter term goals, too. >> certainly people think about retirement, but planning for rainy days, credit management and taxes. >> reporter: more than half of those surveyed said investing seems too complicated or it's difficult to know who to trust for financial advice. simple savings could be a good start. don't skip it. small incree plts can add up if you start early in a child's education fund or a retirement fund. consider the consequences of any money decision, no matter how small it appears at the time. it's okay to revise the plan. revisit needs based on life events like the arrival of a
news, centennial, colorado. >>> national weather. let's check in with nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning, bill. >> sad? last day of july? >> it's strange. after 4th of july, summer is almost over. >> it's ending soon. some probably want it to end, it's been so hot. this morning, tracking storms, bigger story today. strong thunderstorms rolling through southern portions of the grate lakes, waking many up it this morning from detroit to chicago. a strong line. haven't had too many bad reports of weather with it. just gusty winds, definitely a lot of lightning and i'm sure a lot of people woken up by thunder. chicago, dry south of you. dry for your morning commute. gary, indiana, that's where storms are right now. and even detroit. not quite as strong of a line. but definitely pulse of storms moving through the detroit area. you'll hear thunder over the next half hour or so and this is gone by the morning commute. light rain behind it that you may have to deal with. the other spot had a stormy morning, all of the state of alabama, down from birmingham to montgomery, one cluste
at the national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. the skunk owes somebody big-time. it for removing the head cover. >> yeah, he also became the very first bottle-nosed skunk. >> oh. that was set up well. >> i'm full of them this morning. >> can't wait to see what's next. good morning, everyone, as veronica mentioned, we're in the midst of this impressive summer drought, heat wave. this summer is turning out to be a lot like last year. when we had the incredible heat from indianapolis to louisville to oklahoma city. they're getting a little more heat, even on the eastern seaboard, we'll get it again here. all the heat in the middle of the country is coming our way. it's not like it was cool yesterday, it was 96 in washington, d.c., but the 95 plus club went from rapid city to wichita, des moines, chicago, st. louis, indianapolis, now we're going to get hotter. there's nothing to cool us off until the cold front comes down tuesday around minneapolis and wednesday throughout areas of the great lakes and new england. so the high pressure set up ri
a metal one. gentleman now to the national weather we go to bill karins for the weather channel forecast. will we see much more of that? >> melting mail boxes? >> melting -- >> you know, these events after hurricanes these long power outages, how did we survive without air conditioning back in the '30s when they had the record heat? fans, right? >> old-fashioned ac. >> cold lemonade on the porch. good morning everyone. most of us do have air conditioning. we've been using it and abusing it. we'll start this morning with strong thunderstorms rolling through the northern plains, minneapolis, saginaw, michigan, green bay, and claire, wisconsin all areas dodging thunderstorms this morning and people waking up early in the morning. let's go minneapolis. severe thunderstorm warning on the east side of town. more storms building back behind here too so you're not done quite yet. one strong storm went through. another line still to come. most of these storms are now heading over here to the east. shift over here to interstate 94, there's a thunderstorm warning four. further east, green bay no se
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karins. light bulbs went off across the country like hey, let's go. >> green paint. >> yards probably look like that with all the dry weather out there. >> the heat is getting to some people. the drought condition, you know, day after day, and here we're stick in the middle of summer and it probably won't end until we really get to maybe september or so. yesterday, just, you know, we were used to the fact at this point where kansas, missouri, kentucky, indiana, were going to see very hot conditions. but look what happened in detroit yesterday. it was 102 in detroit, michigan. even more impressive than that, syracuse, new york, one of the snowiest spots and snowiest cities in the entire country, was 101 degrees. so this heat just, it's widespread and it keeps bouncing back and forth. it got very hot yesterday in d.c., too. and this morning we're holding onto the heat. the heat index, it feels like 86 degrees this morning in new york city when you start your day. the only spots that are hotter than that, louisville ties that and st. louis feels like 89 this morning. that's just gross. w
of affordable. >>> now for a look at your national weather, bill karins and your weather channel forecast. >> i'm willing to bet you've never had a chili dog. >> you're right. >> you've never had a chili dog? >> never a chili dog. plenty of hot dogs but never actually a chili dogs. >> all right. >> seems like this weekend i have my work to do. my homework assignment. >> good morning, everyone. what we're dealing with across the country, the heat wave, of course, has been the story that just continues on and on. two weeks now we've gone on with this heat wave, but it's coming to an end this weekend. yesterday was just an amazingly hot day from the midwest all the way to the east coast. 100-degree heat from d.c., richmond, raleigh, charlotte, atlanta, nashville, memphis, every big city pretty much from kansas city through st. louis to the east coast, 100 degrees. even our friends at green bay close to 100 degrees. you're at 99. where do we sit today? the jet stream is needed to dip to the south to give us the cooler air. the jet stream has been way up in canada for the last two weeks. when that m
holiday. frances koe, nbc news. >> and nbc meteorologist bill karins will have much more on the nation's heat wave in just a few moments. >>> in the meantime, crews battling colorado's most destructive fire on record made significant progress over the weekend with harsh conditions and searing heat. officials say the 26-square-mile waldo canyon fire is now 45% contained. most evacuation orders have been lifted, but thousands of residents in and around colorado springs are still unable to return home. nbc's miguel almaguer reports from colorado. >> it was just so sad. we were so sad. >> reporter: behind the camera, susan solich and her 16-year-old daughter, hannah, get a first look at the damage at what used to be their home. >> it's gone. it's not lost in luggage somewhere, it's gone. >> reporter: fire÷÷ stripped aw everything. they are among the 246 families in the community of mountain shadows where little is left standing. >> i have to take that minute and look at that house, and i have to cry. >> reporter: two years ago, solich lost her daughter and son-in-law. this week,ç she t
fine. >>> for a look at your national and regional weather, bill karins. >> go back to the ice cream story. how would you have done? >> pretty good. i hate to say it but i could have blown them out of the water. >> i get impran freezes. >> give me a banana split i could have taken you out in a minute flat. >> i would have watched. another heat wave in the middle of the country but the heat is going to peak. yesterday 95-plus club with washington, d.c., chicago, st. louis, indianapolis, des moines, kansas city, wichita, kansas city, and 102 in rapid city, and denver hit 100 also. the next heat wave we're not watching that way in the way of wet weather to provide us any relief or cloud cover for that matter. we have heat advisories for many areas of south dakota, southern wisconsin and heat advisories in place around new york, st. louis, philadelphia and portions outside of washington, d.c. today we will see 90 degrees, mid-90s from new york city down to raleigh. it's very humid so not very enjoyable. the last heat wave was dry. you weren't drenched in sweat but this is more humid. tod
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of columbus. >>> for your weather, we turn to bill karins. we has a fun fact for you. >> which part? >> that i'm indulging in a fried oreo. >> i see it, i'll believe it. fried oreos. you've never had one in your life. >>> good morning, everyone. it's a rough travel morning. if you have airport plans today, it's just going to be difficult. a lot of delays out there across the country are possible. numerous thunderstorms have swept across lake ontario. the buffalo area, now those storms are heading down through southern new york, and eventually into pennsylvania. some of this rain will make its way towards new york city and possibly philadelphia this morning, but not severe storms this morning for you. pittsburgh had a line of storms that went through. now some of those stronger storms are just north of morgantown, west virginia. central michigan, numerous thunderstorms. i think you get the picture, right? it's a rough morning. central michigan all the way back into chicago, we still have some thunderstorms to deal with this morning. these are pretty scattered and they'll be hit and miss. we're
. >>> now for a look at the national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning. >> good morning to you. this weekend, i got washed out. >> you did? >> i was not very happy with the weatherman. the other people that were with me were not happy with me. >> what happened? >> there were a lot of thunderstorms and rain up in the northeast this past weekend. and we're still dealing with the drought and heat in the middle of the country. as we go into the beginning of august, it doesn't look like this pattern is going to shift. two days left here in july. the middle of the country continues to bake under the heat. the heat wave has shifted a little further south. there's some relief for, say, chicago up to minneapolis and a little relief there in st. louis. but if you're in from kansas to oklahoma to texas, this is going to probably be one of the hottest weeks of the summer. eastern seaboard, a dip in the jet stream. you're still warm. a lot of thunderstorms right along the carolina coastline. that will be the pattern this week. we're not
. >>> now for a look at your national weather, we turn to bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. good morning. >> we're sure mom was waiting? >> absolutely. they reunited in the forest. >> happily ever after. >> they trotted off. >> we hope. >> good morning everyone. we showed you the amazing pictures at the top of the show dealing with the drought and the how it's going to affect all of us with the corn prices as we go forward. just giving you an example, this is looking at the month of july. for the first 16 days of the month, i highlighted a few spots. this is how much rain has fallen. indianapolis, only a trace. literally a couple drops in the bucket. less than a quarter of an inch from kansas city to wichita. it's widespread. new england has been dry. from buffalo to boston, barely any rainfall this month of july. yesterday, of course, the ground is very dry. we haven't had the rain. it's very easy for the sun to heat things up. all the areas that i've circled here, almost all of the country was 95 degrees or hotter yesterday. the hottest spot that i saw was rapid city at 1
to bill karins. he has more of that crazy weather out there that's been going on all over the place. >> i've never done that. i want to take a photography course to learn how to take the photos. >> second career? >> i don't know about that. maybe a minor hobby. >> yes. >> good morning, everyone. more thunderstorms and lightning strikes are coming down through new england right now. we've had the storms rolling down through the district near albany. they roll right along the mass pike. now they're trying to push down across interstate 95 and out on to cape cod. if you're in boston right now, in you can stay inside, wait another 20 minutes. this heavy bout of rain will be overwith. the heaviest is rolling through providence as i speak. it will krcross towards new por. it is moving along. give it a half hour, 45 minutes and this will be completely gone and out of new england. the other areas of concern for thunderstorms today, pretty good complex just flying through southern wisconsin right now. went through lacrosse. now heading through madison. going through jamesville. this has the sights
of the biggest impacts has been on the corn supply. as bill karins told us yesterday, despite farmers planting the largest corn crop in 75 years in states like indiana and kentucky, more than 90% of that crop is now in jeopardy. as farmers rationed corn for feed, live stock and ethanol, the shortage could push up prices of almost everything we buy in the grocery store. here now to give us a sense of how long this is going to last, if there's any help on the way, bill karins. what are we looking at here? >> i learned a lot about corn this week, because the big topic. if we had a drought like this, say 20 years ago it would have been so much worse. a lot of this corn is now genetically engineered to fight and be persistent against dprout. that's why it's not as earth-shatteringly horrible as it could be. but regardless it only is so good to a certain point. this is the drought map across the country. and this was updated every thursday morning at about 8:30. so we'll get the new update tomorrow and expect the colors to spread. the yellows minor drought, the red and the dark red is where the drou
we'll head back to new york to get a check on your weather from nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning. >> what a weekend. looks beautiful behind you. sunny, warm. >> the weather is great. the rain left when i got here. it's perfect. >> this is probably one of the best weeks of the summer. unfortunately, it's going to end on friday. so it looks like right now as you can see from behind willie, it's beautiful and warm in london. temperatures are in the 70s and 80s. they have had a miserable sum we are clouds and rain and cool weather. it looks like unfortunately on friday the showers and storms will move in. of course, we got the opening ceremonies taking place throughout our friday night. so we'll watch that, but at least for the upcoming week it looks nice. as far as the lower 48, the heat continues with the excessive heat warnings in omaha to lynn ko all the way through des moines. temperatures easily into the hundreds once again and the humidity is increasing to make it more uncomfortable. watch out near memphis, mid to upper 90s and humid air out. there as far as the east,
. >>> most -- karin caifa tells us how to avoid getting snagged. >> reporter: most of us avoid clicking on links and shady looking e-mails. potential phishs attempts to gather personal information or install malware there's another trick growing. one that web users may not think about. when they are searching for news on a hot to being like celebritygoes i will a new gadget or major world event or a recipe, be careful where you click. that search result could be a tainted link. >> people are aware they should be careful when they are on the e-mail what they click on. that same level need to be there when you are on facebook or a search engine. >> reporter: many companies and entities spend time and money pinpointing how to get the site to the top of the list search results conned search engine optimizing. heer is engine poseoning does the same for scanning and they are on the lookout but to keep your computer safe keep the searches to trusted sites when look for news on a favorite celebrity, particular to the established entertainment sites. avoid web address endings that don't look fam
to the weather now in jolly old england as well as the states. bill karins is here to talk about things on both sides of the pond. >> good saturday morning. looks nice behind michelle kosinski, there were rain showers right before the opening certificaemony and everyone on r was like oh, no and the rain held off. they are heading towards the noon hour so it looks like the events will be just fine. if you're watching on msnbc or nbc properties, forecast looks absolutely perfect, cooler than it's been. it was mid 80s but this is nice and comfortable for the fans, cooler, light wind. very slight chance of a shower. in case you're wondering, this is london, gets cloudy and rainy periods. looks like sunday, tomorrow we'll have a chance of rain and also possibly tuesday into wednesday but doesn't look like any washouts. let's turn our attention back here to our states in the lower 48. areas of red on this map shows where the drought is the worst. we go from the intermountain west, the areas that don't need much rain, new england and the east coast. of course, guess who has the best chance of rain? th
at national and regional weather. here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. crazy weather going on there. >> i love the long exposure shots. gorgeous like that. arizona yesterday. there were thunderstorms and gusty winds and it caused this haboob in downtown phoenix. a duststorm warning. a technological term for it, and it's fun to say. gusty winds, low visibility, and a lot of cleanup done today in arizona. it gets really dark in a hurry. as far as what we're dealing with this morning, showers and storms. knot of flagstaff, a good deal of rain by the grand canyon. phoenix dry, and showers and storms of the northeast of town are starting to dry up. big storm in canada continue tosses crank just north of the idaho and montana border. still drawing in some coolish type air, but in for a warmup as that storm begins to exit. high pressure builds in. 55 in seattle to start the morning. up in the higher terrain. in the 40s in the northern portions of the rockies. cool 58 in san francisco with the onshore flow. and inland areas nice and warming up. as evidenced by
for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. happy friday. >> it is. tonight you coming over? the olympic opening ceremony. >> you're hosting a huge party. didn't you hear? your address is -- >> you wouldn't show up in a million years. lynn berry would not show up. well, good morning, everyone. the olympics, of course, the big story today and the next 17 days. the opening ceremonies. unfortunately london had beautiful weather all week long and now today it's kind of drizzly and rainy there. looks like it should be clearing out though by the time they get to do the opening ceremonies. it shouldn't rain the event out. this is the olympic stadium behind me. it doesn't have a roof. whatever comes down from the sky will be on everyone. hopefully the rain will end shortly. as far as what we're dealing with in the west, yesterday was another hot day. boise, 101. salt lake city, 100 again. now we're looking at a warm start to the day of course. clear skies everywhere. it should be a pretty nice day. the exception still
and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. >> where's bambi's mom. >> hey, hey, we're not going to get into that part of the story. this is a feel good, warm, fuzzy. don't bring us down this early, come on. >> i won't, but i -- what happened to bambi's mom. i'm sure i don't like what happened to that thing's mom either. >>> good morning. the heat wave is the big story. the temperature yesterday incredible. the range of heat from the central plains to the've s arrt seaboard. a lot of areas were close to 95 including little rock, memphis, columbia, charlotte, even areas around upper new england are going to get a taste of the heat today. this morning right now it feels like 88 in st. louis to start your morning, 86 in chicago. so it's a pretty gross feeling and the air conditioners will be on high even as you get in the car early today. there's no rain in sight. everyone is very dry. we have heat advisories through much of the lower portions of the great lakes and the ohio valley. even a couple of excessive heat warnings today, philadelp
, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. happy friday to you. >> have you ever been to one of the old car shows? >> i have in hershey, pennsylvania. my uncle used to collect them and we'd go down there. >> it's a lot of fun, especially for kids. >>> good morning, everyone. we have nasty weather here and around new england. we've had thunderstorms linger outside of 40 in nashville. nashville picked up significant rain. the storms continue to back bild. you can see them drift back to the north. the storms are moving to the south, but back-building means that going to come back at you once again. as far as what we're dealing with in the northeast, we're looking at a cool day from philly to new york. temperatures in the 70s. light rain greeting you on your morning commute in much of jersey and northeast pennsylvania. even west virginia we've got showers and storms to deal with. those areas have cooled off but we're still hot in the middle of the country. 1303 in kansas city. almost all of the central plains were in the 100s. we have heat advisories
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